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EXHIBITION - Sea of Tiny Factlets


A Sea of Tiny Factlets, a solo exhibition of Artist, Amy Ash. This exhibition combines pieces from several recent bodies of Ash's work. Each project uses found imagery and histories from multiple sources, connecting the fragments to string together new associations.

Join us on the Saturday 7th January for the Private View event from 6-8pm

65 High Street, Maidstone, Kent, ME141SR

Printing - etching - explore black and white


Learn the basis of etching techniques using the printing presses and experimenting with black and white. No prior knowledge or experience is necessary to enrol on this course.

Location: Adult Education Centre
100 Granville Park, Lewisham
SE13 7DU

Starts: Thursday 19 January 2017
Ends: Thursday 30 March 2017

10am and 12.30pm
Cost:157.00 (full), 94.50 (reduced), 94.50 (concession)

You can enrol with us over the phonebycalling020 8314 6959TuesdaytoThursday10am4pmandFriday10am3pmif you are paying by credit or debit card.

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Everybody all at once




waterside contemporaryis pleased to presentEverybody all at once, with Ivn Argote, Nick Hornby, Nria Gell, Nicoline van Harskamp and Marianna Christofides.

To tell theHistory of Humanity,Ivn Argoteinvited members of his family to collaborate on a script for a Super 8mm home film. They proposed thatHistoryconsists of eight chapters, among them The Emergence of Homo Sapiens, Love and Hate, Colonization and Post-Colonization, and Uncertain Future, which the as actors they allegorise through games and gestures in a public park.

Spanning film, sculpture, and public action, Argotes work encounters evolving social attitudes and norms as societies face daily challenges in historical, economic, political and moral realities. Making recourse to the history of his native Colombia and his own family, with disobedience a part of everyday culture, Argote links our contemporary realities with those of earlier generations. Argote is a proponent of the communicative role of artistic practice, and with irreverent humour and tactility, he exposes the subjectivity of prevailing norms, and creates the space for emotive and bodily participation in the way these are shaped.

Special Christmas Tour


The Birth Rites Collection is the only collection of contemporary artwork dedicated to the subject of childbirth. Established by artist and curator Helen Knowles, the collection aims to encourage a wider debate about the politics and practice of childbirth through art, an issue which affects every individual. It currently comprises of photography, sculpture, painting, wallpaper, drawing, new media, documentary and experimental film.For this year we are excited to announce that there will be a Christmas tour on 15th December 2016, and Helen Knowleswill be there to take everyone around the works. There will be some artists, curators, and art-lovers, and we welcome everyone who is interested!


School of Nursing Midwifery and Social Care,

Mary Seacole Building,

2nd Floor,

University of Salford,


6.00-7.30 pm

15th December 2016

There will be some wines and snacks!

Sandra Shevey Seeks Radio Station to Air 500 Megastar Audio Ints


Megastar interviewer Sandra Shevey has interviewed everyone from Alfred Hitchcock to John Lennon in the course of her 50+ year career.

She wanst to share sound bites and is looking for a radio platform in London and/or the southeast.


Xmas Relaxed Singalong - Sat 3rd Dec - 10:30am


Getready forthe Xmas Relaxed Singalong coming up on the morning of Saturday 3rd Decemberat Kettering Music and Performing Arts Centre.

These FREE sessions are specifically tailored towards the needs and abilities of children with special educational needs, communication disorders and other disabilities. But, as importantly, the sessions are also very much open to all the family... both young and old.

Our team of specialist artists lead participants through a wide range of different songs to suit all ages, abilities and interests.

We uselots of different props to make the songs interesting and exciting (e.g. real bubbles with "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles") as we as some assistive music technology (e.g. digital switches) so everyone can join in.

A signer is also present at the session and Makaton symbols are used to help some of the children understand the meaning of the song and follow the lyrics.

For further information and/or talk to organisers about any specific needs your child may have, do please contact us at:

Phone: 01604 637117 (and ask for Karen, the Head of our Kettering Music and Performing Arts Centre)

To find out more about our Centres:


The Masque Theatre
Latimer Arts College
Castle Way
NN15 6ST


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